Waugh’s dynamic seascapes were often singled out in exhibition reviews and his manner of translating the unpredictable character of the ocean earned him a spot amongst the top-tier marine painters of his day. His works relied on what Waugh described as “eye memory,” composing paintings from memory, concentrating on form, color and the mood of the scene.
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Private collection, first acquired ca. 1950s or 1960s
By descent within the family to private collection, Santa Fe, New Mexico
1). (verso of board in black) Foam and Cloud
2). (verso of board in black) 8685